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|Newcomers celebrate fall at Oktoberfest PartyOctober 30th 2014
Newcomers president Tina Willard and her husband, Scott, enjoy the group’s German-themed Fall Gathering.
Oktoberfest attendees include, seated front to back on the left, Harmik Carapetian, Jackie Nolff and Steve Nolff; seated front to back on the right, Leslie Carapetian, Sharon Mann and Gary Mann; standing in back from left, Tina Willard, Scott Willard and Al Downs.
Brooke Flynn and Mary Sullivan wear German attire for the Newcomers’ Oktoberfest event.
Linda Patterson exhibits her skills playing the accordion for the Newcomers club at their Fall Gathering.
The Newcomers’ German buffet offers plenty of choices, catered by Tip Top Meats.
High school students produce creative scarecrowsOctober 30th 2014
Depicting Day of the Dead celebrants at La Caseta are scarecrows made by FHS students; the female by Jennifer Smidt, Rachel Ricks, Lexi Gibson, Matthew May, Alexa Sykes and Graciela Mina, and the male by Jose De La Rosa Nova, Diana Macias, Manuel Monreal, Maria Rodriguez, and Katelyn Miller.
The Jewelry Connection displays a clown scarecrow created by students Deivis Garrafa, Ismael Cortes, Angel Cortes, William Diaz, and Mario Gonzalez.
This scarecrow at Expresso Coffee Lounge is the work of FHS students Lovelynn Magalued,Cindy Acosta, Rosa Rodriguez, James Romo, Denise Mondragon, and Lola Lopez.
Stagecoach fun with Fallbrook Land Conservancy helps raise funds to preserve open spaceOctober 16th 2014
George Liblin drives his stagecoach along Stage Coach Lane during the Fallbrook Land Conservancy’s annual Stagecoach Sunday on Oct. 5. Liblin and his team of four horses gave rides to many people during the annual fundraising event.
A stagecoach driven by George Liblin, pulled by four horses, rolls up Stage Coach Lane in Fallbrook on Oct. 5. The stagecoach was the centerpiece attraction at the annual Stagecoach Sunday fundraiser put on by the Fallbrook Land Conservancy.
Passengers climb the ladder to the top of the stagecoach for their ride at Fallbrook Land Conservancy’s Stagecoach Sunday on Oct. 5 at Palomares House on Stage Coach Lane in Fallbrook.
Brothers and sister, Claire Lieber, Drew Lieber, and Karl Lieber watch from inside the stagecoach during their ride along Stage Coach Lane in Fallbrook Oct. 5.
Riders on top of the stagecoach look across Fallbrook Riders Field during their adventure on Oct. 5. Front, from left, Kasey Nelson, Jack Holm, and Ben Holm; back, from left, Millie Sirmons and Donna Frost.
Caroline Shearer paints a skeleton on the face of Sophia Kumar at Stagecoach Sunday Oct. 5. Face-painting was one of many activities for youngsters at the annual fundraiser.
Bonsall Country Festival filled with funOctober 9th 2014
Helena Barous enjoys a chance to hold “Bonsall”at the Bonsall Country Festival. “Bonsall” is owned by Kodi Williams who provided the dog’s western costume.
Jewelry artist Denise Haynes-Port, left, shows her creations to Brandon Luterick, center, and Rae Lietzau in a booth at the Bonsall Country Festival, Sept. 28.
Organizers of the Bonsall Chamber of Commerce’s Country Festival held at the Valley Fort on Sept. 28 include, from left, Lori Gaye, master of ceremonies; Roxanne Greene, Bud Cole, Cheryl Nurse, and Penelope Richards.
Local vendors offer a variety of products, arts and crafts in their booths at the Bonsall Country Festival held Sept. 28.
Lori Gaye, master of ceremonies at the Bonsall Chamber of Commerce’s Country Festival, announces upcoming stage performances during the event held Sept. 28 at Valley Fort.
Rick Williams, dog trainer for Canine Companions, explains the extensive training that “Mike” the Labrador has experienced in preparation to go into service with a disabled person.
“Mike,” a highly-trained Labrador for Canine Companions, waits as his trainer, Rick Williams, explains the job Mike will do when he is assigned to help a disabled person accomplish daily tasks. Mike and Williams were part of the program at the Bonsall Country Festival.
Tillman Rexrode, left, and his sister, Grace Rexrode, try on knit winter caps at the Bonsall Country Festival Sept. 28. The caps are the handmade creations of Gloria Russell, one of the vendors at the event.
Juliana Brokson holds a large piece of balloon art at the Bonsall Country Festival on Sept. 28. In the background is Casey Chavez, creator of the balloon art.
Royalty selected for Fallbrook High School Homecoming festivitiesOctober 9th 2014
|Royalty selected for Fallbrook High Homecoming festivities this week include, front row from left, Princesses Holly Hagen, Richelle Stephens, Morgan Abando, Carina Perez and, back row from left, Princes Austin King, Rickey Stephens, Angel Aguilera, and Jimmy Chung. The Homecoming football game and gala celebration carrying the theme “A Night in New Orleans” is Friday evening, Oct. 10 at Warrior stadium.
|Community to lose traditional hospital; healthcare district to pursue JPA with Palomar Health and Tri-City Healthcare DistrictOctober 9th 2014
Decision makers of Fallbrook Healthcare District at the October 8 board meeting where it was decided that a JPA with Palomar Health and Tri City Healthcare District would be pursued, are, from left, Vi Dupre, administrator; Blaise Jackson, district legal counsel; Stephen Abbott, president; Gordon Tinker, director; Barbara Mroz, secretary; and Richard Levering, treasurer. Director Lynette Shumway not pictured, but on teleconference for meeting.
Local resident Orolie Gubser expresses her concern regarding the future of Fallbrook Hospital during the Oct. 8 Fallbrook Healthcare District board meeting.
Fallbrook native James Orcutt voices his concern about the fate of the hospital and skilled nursing facility at the Oct. 8 Fallbrook Healthcare District meeting.
Stephen Abbott, president of the Fallbrook Healthcare District, talks about how difficult the decision has been in regards to the future of hospital services in Fallbrook.
Blaise Jackson, legal counsel for Fallbrook Healthcare District, explains the extraordinarily high financial risk of the Strategic Global Management proposal at Oct. 8 board meeting.